Md. Rezwan Ahmed Mahedi
Bachelor of Pharmacy (Professional), Comilla University, Cumilla, Dhaka, Bangladesh
The avian virus is an Influenza-A virus that spread widely among human through direct or indirect contact with infected birds or poultry. But a totally new pandemic of avian virus those are becoming resistant to drugs by changing their genomes may be prevented by antiviral medicines and vaccines. For this purpose, ß-lactoglobulin is esterified with various alcohols over different circumstances like acidity, protein intentness, water substance, time, temperature, etc. Methylated ß-lactoglobulin provides antiviral activities against human flu infection subtype H3N2, subtype H1N1, and subtype H5N1. The impact of this study is viral HA (Hemagglutinin action) is repressed by the imposition of different convergences of MET-BLG depending upon their distinctive concentration. A large number of positive charges on the MET-BLG can disrupt the electrostatic intuitive inside hemagglutinin subunits that influences its soundness and movement, lessens its capacity to intertwine and restraints its contamination power. But HA is not the unique factor that decides the viral virulence and infectivity of the virus. Conclusion: A different result shows that a higher incubation time increases the antiviral activity of MET-BLG.
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